A sweet and sour dish. Tamarind sauce w dice cut pieces of tandoori chicken
Coconut curry w kashmiri herbs and red wine
Fresh lime juice, king prawns, capsicum and butter w a tomato base topped w pan fried coriander seeds and spring coriander
Good service, convenient location. Mango chicken curry was delicious. Portions were good. Overall great experience.
Really lovely food and service! Everything was great!
Great local Indian!
Service was excellent but the food was bland and rather tasteless!
The staff were very friendly and attentive, the food was beautiful, authentic and fresh. The venue was popular on the night and had a nice atmosphere. The portions were generous and reasonably priced.
Very tasty, absolutely loved the food. Waitresses very friendly
Excellent value food and service Some friends feel the staff are over attentive
an enjoyable experience
Really wonderful experience at Grace of India. The team were enthusiastic and keen to help us with a surprise birthday celebration for a good friend. The food was amazing and well priced, the service was friendly and professional. I would highly recommend this restaurant and will be back soon.
Love this place, will return again.
I would highly recommend of a visit Grace Of India - excellent service and food. A must if you enjoy traditional Indian food.
A tremendous Indian restaurant with authentic food and friendly service. The banquet is excellent value for money and the owner is super friendly.
Delicious curries. Banquet is excellent value. Service always friendly and quick.
Best curry outside uk
byo wine made it good value
Authentic and delicious Indian food at reasonable prices handy when attending the Ensemble Theatre. Beautiful Fish Tikka and Tandoori Chicken but can’t fault anything we ate. Left feeling like we’d eaten far too much because of the generous servings!
Best Indian food I’ve ever tried in Sydney.
We ordered curries, naan, roti, saffron rice and lassis. They were all so good, especially Madras curry and Mango lassi. So well presented and delicious. The restaurant was full. There were always staff near us, so it was easy to ask additional orders. They brought a note book to ask us a short survey... we thought it was good attitude to show. We gave them 5 stars. Only downside was saffron rice wasn’t warm enough, but everything else was good.
Everything very good except the dessert.
Brilliant food and service, great local we'll be using also for takeaways. The fork festival discount was amazing too but ordered too much so got a nice takeaway out of it as well. It was so busy with a line out the door, can be a little hot and cosy but show's how amazing the food is. Thanks for a lovely night.
16 Ennis Road, 2061, Milsons Point, Australia
Regular punters rave about the food and the service at Grace of India, a Milsons Point stalwart that has been around since 1990. Family-owned and run, head chef Santokh Singh prides himself on using only freshest local produce with herbs and spices imported direct from India enlivening the traditional fare with the authentic aromas and flavours of Northern Indian cuisine. The menu is broken down into sections including ‘From the Tandoor’ (featuring chicken marinated in spices, ginger and garlic), ‘From the Meadows’ (Goa beef) and ‘From the Garden’ with plenty of vegetarian options including malai kofta, palak paneer and a potato and pea curry. The restaurant does a roaring takeaway trade (Milsons Point is one of the most densely-populated suburbs of Sydney but to truly enjoy the friendly service and traditional wall hangings we recommend sitting down to eat. Best dish: Fish Tikka (fish fillet marinated overnight and cooked in the Tandoor)
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